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American architect Frank Gehry is responsible for this architectural masterpiece: this fantastic chrome and metal creation houses a large collection of modern and contemporary art, a continuation of the Guggenheim legacy.
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A very interesting museum to spend at least a few hours there. Impressive architecture with a variety of exhibition displays. It is a shame that it is not allowed to take photos within the museum, not even the building itself.
the audioguide was in art critic rubbishspeak. The outdoors cafe has a nice jazz band by the park/ fountain which is lovely on a sunday sunny afternoon with coffee. The large sculptures that you can walk round ( in and outside ) are very good.
What a building! While I was a little disappointed with the positioning of the building, the actual building did not fail to amaze me. The exhibition was good, but a little repetitive in its content. Nice dining room with excellent food.
Take one of the audio guides and enjoy the tour: even the entry foyer draws you into the amazing creation and experience that practically pulses with energy and enjoyment. How the building was constructed and learning about Gehry's creation process was intriguing and absorbing. The...More
Being in Bilbao, visiting the Guggenheim is something we wanted to do. Modern art isn't really my thing, but I would urge anyone in Bilbao to visit. The building itself is stunning and worth going for a walk around it.
Response from kathy88888 | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure about the cost of taking a baby. It could be that they would not charge you for the baby. I would go online to order tickets and see if there is any information about this or you can ask a question.
Response from dsotiroudis | Reviewed this property |
You can get them at the admissions office easily. No large delays
You can also hire a local guide [recommended] and he is going to take care of the tickets.
The guide will also give you a walking tour of the city.